Foundation Pour For 66-Story Aston Martin Residences Scheduled This Weekend

The foundation pour for the 66-story Aston Martin Residences is said to be taking place this weekend.

A social media post that has since been deleted said the pour would begin on June 28.

Vertical construction will begin once the foundation is completed, with two tower cranes already in place.

Construction on the foundation began 20 months ago, in October 2017.

When completed, the tower will become the second tallest in Miami at 816 feet above ground.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow.. this tower, Okan’s tower, Brickell’s new office tower, the Missoni Baia tower, the Elysee tower, the 400 Biscayne tower, plus others… can’t wait to see Miami’s skyline in the next three years!

POLO
2 years ago

Don’t forget Skyrise!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

And the bridge

Anonymous
2 years ago

Miami needs more development activity near the Arscht Center. It will be beautiful with the bridge, all the museums and the Performing Arts. Why is it so desolate and bare?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Some lots are still empty because those owners are doing what’s called, “land banking.” Melo doesn’t play those games.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Term should be renamed “Mana banking”.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Tony Stark’s new hangout in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Except this is alive and kicking.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If I hit that lotto im buying here! Spectacular project!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

will it have a Burger king on the first floor?

Anonymous
2 years ago

no… Probably another Joe & The Juice or CVS!! Lol

Anonymous
2 years ago

As long as we don’t get another boring Publix

Anonymous
2 years ago

Please God, NO!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Proud to have successfully installed all the deep foundations, walls, bottom plug, excavation for this magnificent project. Keller

Anonymous
2 years ago

Missed the most important information:

“A saxophone will be playing for the duration of the pour for the enjoyment of residents.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

No kidding. I think residents in Brickell across the river are going to hear this foundation pour…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well, welcome to the city.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I hope it’s got shore power.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I walked by this site today, the counter showed me #811 and said that they will have over 1,000 truckloads by the end. They started Friday night at 9:30pm and expected to finish by Saturday night, midnight. What an amazing logistics accomplishment.
Congratulations to all involved, it is truly spectacular.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I don’t see this project happening, fake news…

Anonymous
2 years ago

They need to top off before I believe this is actually happening.

POLO
2 years ago

It’s not happening; It’s DEEPFAKE!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Publicity stunt!

Anonymous
2 years ago

This must be the slowest project in the history of Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Getting the ground ready next to the river where this tower is going is not easy considering Miami’s high water table.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s not true… Stop repeating that…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Then please elaborate?

Anonymous
2 years ago

1000 Museum still isn’t CO’d !

Anonymous
2 years ago

TCO though*

Anonymous
2 years ago

It can take a year after TCO to a get a full CO. This isn’t much of a concern for anyone.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No. Metro rail and the expansions are. I rode it opening day. Still waiting.